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Natural and cheap ways to help your morning sickness symptoms
As your body starts to grow you will need to make small changes to your lifestyle, if you are able to understand some of the reasons why you are feeling different and flex a little to accommodate... Read more

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Salt and vinegar crisps and bananas
The salt from the crisps and the potassium from the banana will reduce nausea. Read more

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Crystallized Ginger
Eat crystallized ginger to help with morning sickness Read more

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Ginger honey lemon tea
Fresh lemon, fresh ginger and creamy honey in boiled water. Daily. Read more

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Snack little and often to help with nausea
Eat little and often throughout the day, so that your stomach is not empty but also never too full. Read more

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Mint tea
Ginger tea may be the standard recommendation for morning sickness, but mint herbal tea has also long been used to calm the stomach and stop nausea. Try boiling peppermint tea bags, mint from an... Read more

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Ginger eases sickness
Ginger tea (teabags or grated ginger in hot water). It really helps ease the nausea. Read more

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Lemon slices helps the nausea
Suck on a slice of lemon once the sickness starts Read more

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Acupressure bands for the nausea
Try wearing acupressure bands similar to those used for motion sickness. These work according to the ancient Chinese principle of acupressure. F Read more

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